The late Andy Warhol once described Frank Sinatra’s former Manhattan penthouse as a “glittering grotto in the sky” and from looking at these incredible shots it’s hard to imagine otherwise. The space was designed personally by Sinatra in 1961 and acted as his main residence till 1972.
Although the apartment has received extensive renovations in 2008, which saw the additional of a few more modern touches, the layout of the 3200 square-foot apartment has remained intact. Features include only the necessities that one would need when residing in the Big Apple, particularly on the island. These include up to six bathrooms, four bedrooms, marble fireplaces, glass staircases as well as two enormous terraces that offer incredible views of the East River. Like I said, necessities. The penthouse is currently on sale, with an estimated market value of $6 million (USD).